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About a year ago I blew a FAIL when I tried to start my car in the morning. I had taken cough medicine in the middle of the night because I was sick. I guess it was still lingering in my system. I have had no other violations over the last year. My restrictions are a .000 over 3 years. I have a SmartStart device on my car. I am halfway through my time. I am a good student with a 3.71 GPA and I work at a great company now. I have turned my life around. I am very scared that I might get my license revoked for a year and I can't have that happen. One person at the breathalizer place told me not to worry and that I dont need an attorney. They just had a hearing and everything was fine. I'm not sure what to do but I need to make sure that I don't get my license suspended. I need this dropped.
Get an Attorney Fast! and one experienced in ACR hearings at the DMV. You could go to the hearing and the Hearing...
The police car initially parked, followed me for 5 minutes before pulling me over for slow driving. I knew he was pacing me and didnt want to get stuck with speeding. I was going exactly 5 under because it was 2AM and I was lost. There was a point where it was 45 and I thought it was 35, but only briefly. I received a provisional DWI, G.S 20-138.3. The police investigation report left out all details, but marked "yes" to drugs, instead the factual "unknown" option. I blew a 0 on a breathalyzer, and was given no controlled substance test. I was detained for 30 minutes and additionally had a field sobriety test. The flashing lights where left on the entire time and I had their flashlights in my eyes, thus impairing my sight. I also wasn't wearing my glasses, was tired, cold, and had to pee.
Yes. Retain counsel immediately. Maybe this can be nipped in the bud.
I'm 17 and I was arrested Friday night for my first DUI. My BAC was .16 and I have no prior driving history. My passenger was 15 years old and arrested for underage drinking. It looks like I'll be charged with Level 1 DUI, does that mean I'm going to go to jail for this?
If you are convicted, you will most likely be facing a mandatory minimum of thirty days in jail, plus probation. There...
What is the difference between Serious bodily injury vs regular bodily injury in a DUI case in North Carolina? I know Seriously bodily injury is a Gross Aggravating Factor.
That would be a question for the fact finder. Serious injury to another person caused by the defendant's impaired...
I was sentenced to 24 hrs of community service...i was unable to complete the remaining 8 hours...i called my PO and she told me it was a violation...what will happen
How about the other obligations imposed at the time of sentencing, are you compliant with every thing except the...
I am on probation in Wake County, NC. My question is can my probation be violated by not having a job or in school right now. I am schedule to get off in 1 week and I don't have a criminal record at all and haven't failed any drug test. I haven't ever been in trouble and haven't violated this probation at all in any way. I know its a random question, but I was in school and working till August 2012. I am on probation for a 1st offense level 5 DWI offender and my case is paid off and I have all my classes that are needed finished. I was never told that I needed to be in school or class throughout my probation by my PO. I am hoping that I can still get my case closed and off probation when im suppose to which is in about a week. Hope someone can help out and answer!
First, if you're on probation, then you do have a criminal record. That's how you got onto probation in the first...
A girl I know had too much to drink and ran into my car. Someone called the police and they arrested her for a DUI, now I have been subpoenaed to go to court. Can I get in trouble if I do not show up?
Yes you could be. A subpoena is an order by the court for you to appear. If you fail to appear a bench warrant may be...